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Thankyou so much forthis recipe! So many recipeson Zaar call for Bisquik, and we don't have that in Australia. I used your recipe as a substitute tonight, and it worked perfectly! I'm going to buy some buttermilk tomorrow, to try the mix as actual biscuits! ********************************************* UPDATE: I wish I could give this another 5 stars! I just used the remaining mix to actually make the biscuits, and they are amazing! This is only the second time I have made biscuits, but this recipe is unbeatable! I used the mix I made 1 month ago. I had it stored in the fridge, and it has kept just fine. I had to microwave it for 15 seconds to soften the shortening (I used copha) and then I mixed in 1/2 cup of buttermilk. Perfect biscuits!
Of all the biscut mix recipes here, this was one of the simplest. I used this to substitute for Bisquick in a cornbread recipe (#83483), & the results were spectacular. I seldom use Bisquick so I am thrilled to have a fast & easy substitute. I halved the recipe, but still have enough left to make the biscuits. Thanks Darlene!
I used this recipie to make a TON of biscuits to freeze. And for the casing to some biscuit pockets. Both are great. This has become a staple in my kitchen.
This was fantastic! I made this up last night, but I used butter instead of shortening (what I had). My family raved about these and requested more tonight!
Thank you I am saving this recipe and am going to try it and rate it as soon as I buy some powdered milk lol. FYI I make biscuits from Bisquick and use Buttermilk in place of water and they are soooooo good. Almost as good as my moms southern homemade buttermilk biscuits. Thank you again. I shall return.
I didn't make the biscuits but needed a substitute for Bisquick. Thanks! This was quick, easy and totally fit the bill. Now to try the biscuits! Thanks!
Made this last year to take with us on holiday in our camper - forgot to rate (sorry!). Just made another batch to take away this year! We don't really use this in the UK, so it was a bit of an experiment - brilliant!! Used it for courgette fritters, pancakes...loads of grub!!
I tried this in Savory Scones, and it worked great. I think it was better than the Bisquick type mix I had been using. Thanks for posting.